Conquest without War: An Analytical Anthology of the Speeches, Interviews, and Remarks of Nikita Sergeyevich Khrushchev with Commentary by Lenin, Stalin, and others

Conquest without War: An Analytical Anthology of the Speeches, Interviews, and Remarks of Nikita Sergeyevich Khrushchev with Commentary by Lenin, Stalin, and others

Conquest without War: An Analytical Anthology of the Speeches, Interviews, and Remarks of Nikita Sergeyevich Khrushchev with Commentary by Lenin, Stalin, and others

Conquest without War: An Analytical Anthology of the Speeches, Interviews, and Remarks of Nikita Sergeyevich Khrushchev with Commentary by Lenin, Stalin, and others

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Conquest Without War was designed as a mosaic of the words and ideas of the new force that threatens to change the way of life on this planet. Beginning with Chapter 3, the words are those of Nikita Sergeyevich Khrushchev and his ghost writers. They appear in Roman type. Commentary (which appears in boldface type, such as you are now reading) has been selected from his ideological forebears, Vladimir Ilyich Lenin (né Ulyanov) and Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin (né Dzhugashvili), and from others associated with the world revolution and those who have studied it, together with remarks by the editors to provide a meaningful context for the Khrushchev statements.

Laid end to end, the stream of words spells out clearly the objectives and techniques of Soviet imperialism. The editors feel they have honestly distilled the essence of Mr. Khrushchev's ideas. The seeds of almost every thought were clearly and uninhibitedly laid down in the basic writings of communist dogma. The contemporary interpretations of these ideas are presented here from the mouth of Mr. Khrushchev.

Wherever possible, the editors have used authorized or officially approved translations of Khrushchev's remarks, although at times the English appears somewhat awkward and the text has been somewhat sanitized. Figures are quoted in pre-1961 rubles for obvious reasons.

Only limitations of space--and the reader's patience--prevented . . .

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